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Radio and Television Major

Radio and Television Majors benefit from the new facilities and the experience of professionally trained educators with years of experience. 

Learn about the courses you will take as a Radio/Television major.»

Why study radio and television at Centenary?

1. State-Of-The-Art Equipment

Hands on experience is key in our broadcasting classes.  Students learn in a state-of-the-art radio production studio located in WNTI, Centenary College’s Public Radio station.  All the equipment and software in the classroom is the same as in a commercial radio station.

Students don't have to wait for a specific course to start working on equipment.  TV studio, video editing suites, radio station, and audio production rooms can be used as soon as a student receives training from faculty and staff.

2. Small Class Sizes

Keeping class sizes small is critical to success in a program such as this.  Frequent and thorough hands-on experience will accelerate learning and skill knowledge.  Students interested in TV production, editing, and radio station operations will appreciate the close personal attention of our dedicated faculty.

3. Hands-On Learning

In addition to small class sizes is the importance of "getting in there."  Journalism and mass communication are high-tech, fast-paced fields where a lack of knowledge can negatively affect advancement. 

4. Professional Faculty

Many schools need to engage the services of adjunct instructors to ensure all necessary courses are taught when needed.  At Centenary we are able to keep that number to a minimum and when adjuncts are necessary we only higher those of a high caliber with professional and educational experience.

Our full-time faculty not only have degrees in communication but also worked professionally in their respective fields for many years maintaining full-time careers before becoming educators at Centenary.  Their professional experience allows them to advise students with life relevant scenarios. 

5. Career Assistance

Like any graduate of Centenary our Career Services department is very proactive in assisting our Communication students with finding careers in video production and TV production.  Alumni are always welcome to return for assistance with resumes, career changes, and networking.  During a student's time with Centenary College the Career Services department will also help in obtaining part-time jobs and internships in their field. 

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